Anyone familiar with the Sig Sauer STX 1911? Just picked one up

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    Anyone familiar with the Sig Sauer STX 1911? Just picked one up

    I just picked up a SICK looking Sig Sauer STX 1911.

    Admittedly, I bought it for the look and because I already own a Sig and can't speak highly enough about the accuracy and reliability.

    I was just wondering if there was anyone on the board that has shot or owns an STX?

    If so, what is your opinion/review?

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    Sorry, no experience with the STX, but did own the RCS. I found it to be very accurate, reliable and easy to carry. Well worth the money I paid for it.
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    I couldn't pass up the deal on this one. Looks like a fantastic piece. Got any pics of your RCS?
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    Gorgeous gun!

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    Nice looking gun!
    Can I assume it is a .45?
    How much did it set you back?

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    Sweet! Lovin' it. Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RH45 View Post
    Nice looking gun!
    Can I assume it is a .45?
    How much did it set you back?
    Would you believe only $899.

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    Is it just me, or has the meaning of the term "sick" done a 180?
    sick = ailing, bedridden, broken down, confined, debilitated, declining, defective, delicate, diseased, disordered, down, feeble, feverish, frail, funny*, green*, hospitalized, ill, impaired, imperfect, in a bad way, in poor health, incurable, indisposed, infected, infirm, invalid, laid-up, lousy, mean, nauseated, not so hot, peaked, poorly, qualmish, queasy, rickety, rocky, rotten, run down, sick as a dog, suffering, tottering, under medication, under the weather, unhealthy, unwell, weak, wobbly, blasé, bored, disgusted, jaded, revolted, satiated, tired, up to here with, weary, below par, debilitated, diseased, down, down with, enfeebled, feeble, feeling awful, ill, indisposed, rocky, run down, sick, sick as a dog, sickly, under the weather, unwell, wasting, weak.
    and all for only $899?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kukla View Post
    Is it just me, or has the meaning of the term "sick" done a 180?
    sick = ailing, bedridden, broken down, confined, debilitated, declining, defective, delicate, diseased, disordered, down, feeble, feverish, frail, funny*, green*, hospitalized, ill, impaired, imperfect, in a bad way, in poor health, incurable, indisposed, infected, infirm, invalid, laid-up, lousy, mean, nauseated, not so hot, peaked, poorly, qualmish, queasy, rickety, rocky, rotten, run down, sick as a dog, suffering, tottering, under medication, under the weather, unhealthy, unwell, weak, wobbly, blasé, bored, disgusted, jaded, revolted, satiated, tired, up to here with, weary, below par, debilitated, diseased, down, down with, enfeebled, feeble, feeling awful, ill, indisposed, rocky, run down, sick, sick as a dog, sickly, under the weather, unwell, wasting, weak.
    and all for only $899?
    Seriously dude, chill out

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